This is one of my favorite times of the year. This is when colors just explode everywhere making September, October, and November at some degree the most rewarding and exciting period for landscape photographers.
This preset was created to work with the majority of fall captures. The well balanced preset creates the soft and warm atmosphere and slightly boosts the colors.
Lightroom Preset Editing Formula: Autumn (4, 8, 17, 33)
This preset is designed to work the best with the fall typical forest photos, where you have dark shadows and the bottom and a very bright areas at the top.
Lightroom Preset Editing Formula: Golden Forest (1, 8, 16, 33)
03. Open Sky
The name of the preset is self-explanatory. When you have big areas of the open sky in your composition and you want to recover and emphasize the details of the sky, this preset is for you.
Lightroom Preset Editing Formula: Open Sky (17, 32, 39)
04. Crisp Day
The crispiness and the clarity of the cool fall air were the inspirations for this preset.
Lightroom Preset Editing Formula: Crisp Day (1, 8, 17, 20, 31)
The trees are on fire and the rest is not very important.
Lightroom Preset Editing Formula: Burning (4, 8, 17, 32)
06. Indian Summer
The artistic style preset with the toned down colors and low contrast which create a dreamy look and feeling in your photos.
Lightroom Preset Editing Formula: Indian Summer (8, 32)
07. Fallen Leaves
This preset is all about the foliage and its colors.
Lightroom Preset Editing Formula: Fallen Leaves (8, 16, 31, 38)
The following three presets were design to reflect the transformation in a nature that happen from September to November. The September colors are still soft and vibrant.
Lightroom Preset Editing Formula: September (16, 32)
In October, the colors are still present but they are not explosive and vibrant anymore.
Lightroom Preset Editing Formula: October (16, 32)
By the end of November, all you can see are the occasional spots of colors here and there. The transformation is pretty much completed.
Lightroom Preset Editing Formula: November (16, 32)